Summary: Coca-Cola Zero. Fanta Zero. Dr.Pepper Zero. Seems like there's a lot of products can be found with the word "zero" in it; and while F-Zero: Maximum Velocity for the Game Boy Advance isn't a product you can gulp down your drying throat on a hot summer's day in the Sahara Desert, it does possess the...
Summary: This was really awesome, bringing back the good ol' days of F-ZERO. This was my childhood game and I can't believe I'm playing it again. The packaging was really well packed, and even though I couldn't see the seal of Nintendo on the label; The label was still intact and the game was running...
Summary: This is only game that i have actually finished...The graphics are ok and so is the music. The controls are relativly simple. It's REALLY FAST!! Altogether there are 20 tracks(5 are unlockable)with 4 difficulties and 10 different car machine thingys, all but 4 of which you have to unlock.
Excerpt: Ah, fond memories. Hours used to be whiled away on this game on the SNES - so when i saw I could get it for my GBA I jumped at the chance. And I wasn't disappointed. Every single bit of this game looks just like the original, and it plays just like it too.
Pros: Just like the original, but in the palm of your hand
Cons: A bit TOO like the original, not moved the goalposts any
Summary: The tracks all seem the same, the depth of the game is shallow, and the graphics are lame. I was hoping for something similar to the awesome Wipeout games on the playstation but, alas, I received a game that would bore the brains out of a 10 year old.
Excerpt: Developers- Nintendo Genre- Racing- futuristic Players-1-4 (requires 4-way link cable) Age- 3+ Gamemodes Grand Prix- 1 player races vs cpu. This includes 4 series Pawn, Knight, Bishop and unlockable is Queen series.
Pros: Remake of classic snes version, quite long
Cons: Cars at the finish are no better than the ones at the end